How Many Americans Remember…


by Sharon Rondeau, h/t JH

(Aug. 19, 2018) — On Sunday morning we published Ron Ewart’s weekly column focusing on Americans 65 years of age and older and their challenges with aging, ever-changing technology, and losing longtime friends and family.

In his article, Ewart described older Americans as “the forgotten and ignored generation” of which at least some members inevitably “wish for the simple days after World War II when the clarity of issues was more distinct and less controversial.”

In keeping with that theme, Ewart’s targeted audience this week would likely relate to the following video created by HerBunk with more than 800,000 views currently. The channel has almost 30,000 subscribers.

The video can be found here:




2 Responses to "How Many Americans Remember…"

  1. James Carter   Monday, August 20, 2018 at 4:24 PM

    Likewise, ZM.

    I’m 75. Recalling those years a long time ago and comparing to them to today brought tears to my eyes and sadness to my heart.

  2. ZM   Monday, August 20, 2018 at 1:11 PM

    Great video! Brings tears to my eyes.


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